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Travel Blogs from New Bedford
A stop at Cape Cod bagels for some breakfast, and on we went to the RV center.
Jim: "This all feels so surreal."
Elijah: "It feels like we're just going to NH."
Deb: "I think it will feel real once we get in the RV."
... fit easily! I guess a month (or more) of planning what to bring paid off.
Izzy gave us the run down on all of the buttons, switches, panels, pumps and tanks which, Deb being the organized one (read: can't remember anything unless she writes it down) took notes on.
After a quick practice run in the parking lot, we were off! NOW it seemed real. This dream, coming to life. ...
I really enjoyed the tour at Johnson & Wales. The culinary program looked very interesting and our tour guide was very helpful. I would consider going to this school because it is SAT optional and I really liked the campus and surrounding area. One thing I didn't like was not being able to see the dorm rooms.
... girls were getting on the Taunton/New Bedford bus! Most of America has re-used British place names, but more so here than anywhere else I've been so far...then again, we are in New England! Now for a bit of a history recap--Our scholarship is called the Nottingham Roosevelt Traveling Memorial Scholarship and was first set up after WWII. The mayor of ...
... ended after the civil war when petroleum was discovered, and textiles became the mainstay of the town for about a century. New Bedford has somewhat returned to it's roots as it has become headquarters of a large fishing fleet. While Dutch Harbor Alaska is the largest fishing port in tonnage, New Bedford is the largest in terms of cash crop value.
The tour ended around noon and I made an ice cream/internet stop, not venturing too far in a drizzle. We left ...